Book Review: What Alice forgot

What Alice forgot- Liane Moriarty

Alice has a head injury which causes her to lose memory of the last 10 years. She believes she is 29 years old, madly in love with her husband Nick and pregnant with her first child. Over the course of about 3 weeks, she regretfully discovers that people and relationships have changed. She is able to see that she has changed too, into someone who only resembles her former self.

She tries to rectify her mistakes and desperately tries to patch broken relationships. She needs to forgive, be forgiven and use open communication to clear misunderstandings.

I would recommend this book to all people trying to mend relationships, whether it be spousal or sibling  or mother – child. This is an easy read, but one that made me reflect deeply about the way I have changed in 10 years and how it has affected relationships around me.

You can find this book in amazon here.

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